ULI UK Later Living: Housing with Care Guide Launch

When

Friday 1 November 2019
8:30am - 1:00pm GMT

Where

Dentons UK and Middle East LLP Will open in a new window One Fleet Place London EM4C 7WS UNITED KINGDOM
REGISTRATION
 
Members-
£70 - ULI Members
£45 - ULI UK Residential Council members
£45 - Public sector/Young Leaders members 
£30 - Students members
 
Non Members-
£100 - Non Members
£75 - Young Leaders/ Public sector/ Student Non Members
 
Please join us on the morning of Friday 1 November to be the first to hear about the new ULI UK Later Living: Housing with Care Guide.

One in four of us will be over 65 in 2037. People over 65 live in a third of all dwellings and home owners over 65 own property worth £1.5 trillion - there is going to be more demand and the potential to offer more choice in the later living sector.

Through this guide, we explore the provision of Housing with Care in this sector through some myth-busting and the promotion of good and innovative practice, which puts people and choice at the centre of delivery.

This guide focuses on professionally managed communities where there is an incentive and commitment to create long-term, income-generating business models across a variety of tenure and funding structures.

Hear from our authors, who will outline the content in their respective chapters, and an expert panel discussing what lies ahead for Housing with Care in the UK market.

This event and guide is relevant to existing funders, commissioners, investors, developers and operators, both public and private sector, as well as new entrants who wish to diversify.
 
Our aspiration is to encourage conversations about what is needed, promote new and emerging models that will attract new entrants, funders and operators, and inform strategic planning across a diverse spectrum of stakeholders.
 
Programme
 
8:30am Registration

9:00am Welcome by Russell Pedley, Co-Founder, Assael Architecture and Chair, ULI UK Residential Council     
Introduction by Stephanie McMahon, Head of Research, BNP Paribas Real Estate and Chair, ULI UK Later Living Guide Steering Committee
 
9:15am Guide Summary by Steering Group Leads
  • Chapter 1: Opportunity - Jeremy Porteus, Chief Executive, Housing Learning and Improvement Network
  • Chapter 2: Operations & Management - Sara Livadeas, Chief Executive, The Fremantle Trust
  • Chapter 3: Care - Debra Yudolph, Partner, SAY Consulting
  • Chapter 4: Design - Patrick Devlin, Partner, PTE Architects
  • Chapter 5: Tenure and financing -  Phil Schmid, Director - Living Capital Markets – Healthcare, JLL
  • Chapter 6: Policy and Planning - Michael Voges, Executive Director, ARCO
10:15am Audience Q&A -
Moderator: Stephanie McMahon
 
10:45am Coffee break 
 
11:15am Operator and Resident Interview
Moderator: Richard Meier, Founder, Stories 
 
11:45am A View from the Industry
Moderator: Andrea Carpenter, Director of Women Talk Real Estate
 
12:45pm Wrap Up
 
1:00pm Networking Lunch
 
Further speakers will be announced soon.
 
Copies of the Later Living: Housing with Care Guide will be on sale during the event.
 
*Programme subject to change.
 
 Cancellation Policy
  • Written cancellation and refund requests received at ULI by 1 October 2019 will be awarded a full refund minus a £15 processing fee.
  • No refunds will be given for cancellation requests received from 2 October 2019.
  • Registration may be transferred to another member of your organisation if requested before 17:00h on 15th October 2019; a £15 transfer fee will be charged. Appropriate fee category will apply upon transfer.
  • Verbal requests for cancellations and refunds will not be accepted; all requests must be made in writing to uk@uli.org 

Dentons UK and Middle East LLP One Fleet Place UNITED KINGDOM

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Speakers

Speaker

Debra Yudolph

Partner, SAY Property Consulting LLP

Debra has over 25 years’ experience in residential property. Before starting SAY with Charles Seifert, Debra was at Grainger plc for 10 years as Director of Asset and Property Management. She was responsible for building Grainger’s asset and property management expertise. Debra is an expert in residential property and asset management with a particular focus on the private rented sector. Debra has non-executive roles on the boards of Grove End Housing Limited and Deverell Smith Recruitment and is a recognised spokesperson on behalf of the residential sector.

Speaker

Russell Pedley

Director & Co Founder, Assael Architecture Limited

Russell is the Co-Founder and Director of Assael Architecture. With over 30 years of experience as an Architect and 13 years in urban design, Russell has a strong passion for creating a sense of place. Alongside leading the design and implementation of a number of award-winning residentially-led developments in London and across the UK, Russell has spearheaded Assael’s skills in the design of professionally managed Build to Rent schemes in the Private Rented Sector. Following many years of analysis and research, Assael now has many Build to Rent developments on site and in the planning pipeline. Upcoming projects include the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Waltham Forest, Newham and the award-winning Creekside Wharf in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Russell is Vice-Chair of the UK Residential Council of the Urban Land Institute and has contributed to both editions of its Build to Rent Best Practice Guide.

Speaker

Stephanie McMahon

BNP Paribas Real Estate Advisory UK

Stephanie leads the research team at BNP Paribas Real Estate. The focus of her work is across all UK asset classes including commercial, rural, prime central London residential, and the mainstream UK residential markets.. Her emphasis is on structural rather than cyclical market shifts. Recent areas covered within the research programme include: the impact of shortening lease terms on investor returns, what communities for ageing populations look like, the profile and behaviour of London office workers, and the wants and needs of London renters. Before joining Strutt & Parker (now BNPPRE) in 2012, Stephanie led the strategy and delivery of the UK research team and programme at JLL. Her area of expertise was occupier research. Stephanie’s geographic focus has been predominantly on the UK, although she has managed project work across EMEA and the globe. Stephanie sits on the ULI residential council, the IPF research committee, plus the BPF compact-living committee. She also supports the Society for Property Researchers (SPR).

Speaker

Patrick Devlin

Partner, Pollard Thomas Edwards

Patrick is an equity partner, leading Pollard Thomas Edwards’ initiatives in Third Age Housing. In 2009, he coordinated the highly influential report on Housing our Aged Population Panel for Innovation (HAPPI). One current preoccupation is co-housing, an innovative form of cooperative housing that is well suited for older people. He writes and speaks on Third Age housing as well as a range of other architectural topics. “Our approach caters for the whole spectrum of older people - working or retired, active or frail – and provides homes which are fully integrated with the rest of society.” Patrick has experience in the housing, mixed-use and regeneration sectors, and has both designed and delivered a series of successful and award-winning projects, ranging from large-scale masterplans to infill sites and refurbishments. He also reviews and examines at Cardiff University and Newcastle University.

Speaker

Jeremy Porteus

Director, Housing LIN

Jeremy was formerly the National Lead for Housing at the Department of Health and was responsible for the Extra Care Housing capital programme. After leaving the department, he founded the independent Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN), bringing together health and social care practitioners in England, Wales and Scotland to identify and showcase innovative housing solutions for an ageing population. The Housing LIN provides market insight and intelligence on latest funding, research, policy and practice to inspire better housing and care choices. Jeremy is Inquiry Secretariat and author of the influential HAPP12, HAPPI3 and HAPPI4 reports for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Housing and Care for Older People. He also co-authored RIBA’s 2018 publication Age Friendly Housing: Future design for older people. Jeremy was a member of the Welsh Government’s Expert Group on Housing an Ageing Population and contributed to the recent University of Stirling report, Housing and Ageing: Linking strategy to future delivery for Scotland, Wales and England 2030.

Speaker

Michael Voges

Executive Director, ARCO

Michael Voges is the Executive Director of the Associated Retirement Community Operators (ARCO), the representative body for housing-with-care providers for older people in the UK. Michael set up ARCO on behalf of its founding members in 2012, and is a regular contributor to parliamentary inquiries, sector conferences, and the press. ARCO’s work is focused on tackling issues around regulation and policy, self-regulation, public awareness, and the supply of high-quality retirement communities. Prior to ARCO, Michael worked as a public sector consultant and as a journalist.